Georgia’s newest mega-site, the Sibley-Smith Industrial Park, is approximately 1,657 acres.
The site is GRAD Certified, has rail and utilities on site, and is accessible from a four lane divided highway.
From Milledgeville & Baldwin County, a wide range of options are available to move cargo
using two or more different modes of transportation, saving time and increasing efficiency.
|Central Location, Faster Transit
A key strength of logistics in Milledgeville & Baldwin County is location at a crossroads of the state’s interstate, highway, and interchange routes without the heavy use volume, and corresponding transit time delays, experience by major metropolitan areas.
|4-Lane Highway & U.S. Interstate Access
Access is 27 miles (43 km) to I-75 and I-16 and 37 miles (59 km) to I-20, providing easy access North through Atlanta, South to Florida, and East to I-95 in Savannah. 4-Lane US Hwy 441 & 4-Lane GA State Route 22 intersect in Baldwin County connecting Milledgeville & Baldwin County to the state’s major cities and rest of the nation.
|Rail & Switching Center Access
In Baldwin County, railway systems include CSX & Norfolk Southern Railways. The largest rail switching center on the east coast of the U.S. is within 35 mi (56 km).
|Complete Connection by Air
The Baldwin County Airport provides full service for corporate and private aircraft. The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is located 89 miles (143 km) North West. The two airports offer complete connection; international, commercial, corporate and recreational.
|Major Seaport Access
The community also boasts access to 2 major Atlantic Coast seaports. The Ports of Savannah and Brunswick are located within 2 hours travel time.